Category: UACD Training
After you review the modules, you may take quizzes to test your knowledge. You must create a login account (at right) to take the quizzes.
Learn about the budget and accounting responsibilities of conservation districts.
It is essential that all board members have a working knowledge of the conservation district Law to fulfill their responsibility as a public official.
In an effort to help ensure that meetings are conducted openly, Utah Code requires that members of the board are provided with annual training on the requirements of this law.
Planning provides the foundation for conservation district programs and operations.
Effective conservation districts have outstanding, qualified board members. A diverse district board is better able to gain community support for local conservation efforts, and be a reflection of the community.
Clerks employed by the Conservation District must understand their responsibilities.
Conservation District supervisors should learn how to keep elected officials informed about District programs and issues effecting natural resources in their community.
A Conservation District supervisor should be familiar with the history of the conservation movement and the creation of conservation districts.
Board members should understand the importance of planning for the future through resource assessments.
Board members need to understand the roles and function of the core conservation partners and programs.
Learn what conservation districts are, what they are supposed to do, and who are the people involved in getting the job done.